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Measurement point and counter SAP PM

Hi SAP Guru

I've one scenario in which we've to input counter reading smaller than the previous reading

and some times bigger reading than previous reading for a single counter.

It is because single counter is for Energy Meter which sometimes shows bigger value and sometimes shows lesser value in case of shutdown at plant.

Please let me know asap - is it possible for a single counter to accept bigger value one time and next time smaller value ?

We can't make two counters for a single equipment.

Regards

Pooja

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    Posted on May 18, 2011 at 06:17 PM

    Hi ,

    You can try to continue with a single counter , try to enter the values in the difference field in IK01 ..thus the value entered in difference field gets added to the previous value ..

    regrds

    pushpa

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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 11:26 AM

    Try using the counter as a measurement point. Unclick the box measurement point is a counter and set the upper and lower tolerance settings on the details page. The meter is not a counter but a gage. as long as the gage reads between the upper and lower tolerances you are good. If the gage reads out of tolerance designate a warning or an error. You can also set it up through a user exit to produce a notification or a work order for out of tolerance readings. See Condition Based Maintenance. -Rich

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